Dai Hi Shin Dharani ------------------- NAMU KARA TAN NO TORA YA YA NAMU ORI YA BORYO KI CHI SHIFU RA YA FUJI SATO BO YA MOKO SATO BO YA MO KO KYA RUNI KYA YA EN SA HARA HA EI SHU TAN NO TON SHA NAMU SHIKI RI TOI MO ORI YA BORYO KI CHI SHIFU RA RIN TO BO NA MU NO RA KIN JI KI RI MO KO HO DO SHA MI SA BO O TO JO SHU BEN O SHU IN SA BO SA TO NO MO BO GYA MO HA TE CHO TO JI TO EN O BO RYO KI RU GYA CHI KYA RYA CHI I KIRI MO KO FUJI SA TO SA BO SA BO MO RA MO RA MO KI MO KI RI TO IN KU RYO KU RYO... Topics: dai hi shin dharani, dharani, shin, dai, hi, chant, rohatsu, sesshin
Rev. Daigaku Rumme speaks about Dogen's "Instructions for the Monastery Chief Cook" (Tenzo Kyokun), and how saying the word 'fire' doesn't burn your mouth. Topics: Hartford Street Zen Center, Daigaku Rumme, Soto Zen, Dharma Talk, Dogen, Tenzo
This week Pastor Jeff introduces us to a series titled Dig in which we will begin the process of uncovering whatever is preventing God\'s work in our lives. Topics: sermon, christian, church, lafayette community church
In the third week of the Dig series Pastor Reggie gives us strong insight on how GOD wants us to let go of the emotional baggage that weighs us down Topics: sermon, christian, church, lafayette community church
In part 5 of the Dig series Pastor Jeff gives us key insight into the power of God\'s name. We dig through five levels and discover the real power behind our words. Topics: sermon, christian, church, lafayette community church
In part six of the Dig series Pastor Jeff teaches us about Self-Reliance. We learn how Self-Reliance inhibits our freedom, and how the Sabbath can help us deter from what we consider normalcy. Topics: sermon, christian, church, lafayette community church
In the final Sunday at the Long Center Pastor Jeff wraps up the Dig series. He discusses how we often times want and desire things others have. As it turns out we are missing out on what God wants for our lives... Topics: sermon, christian, church, lafayette community church
This work gives a selection of verses that are recited when worshipping the Triple Gem; and a collection of discourses that are popularly used as Safeguards. Part of the chants are meant to be recited every day, and part rotate on a weekly basis. The system for the chanting is as follows: first there is an everyday Pūjā (which will depend on what is being offered). Then the daily Parittaṁ section begins, at the end of the chants for the day there is meditation, and when finished you can... Topics: Paritta, Puja, Chanting, Buddhist Chanting
Daily Practice in Tibetan Buddhism Ven. Geshe Ngawang Dakpa provides an overview of spiritual practice from our waking moments to the end of the day. He describes the basic practices that comprise the morning session; practices we take into the routines of our daily lives; and closing out the daily activities. Topics: Buddhism, Tse Chen Ling Center, Tibetan Buddhism, Ven. Geshe Ngawang Dakpa, Buddhist teachings Source: Lectures and Events
Dammachakka Sutta (English) - 2010 (Wellington, New Zealand)DESCRIPTIONBack To Nissarana Vanaya Main Page Topics: Dammachakka, Sutta, English, 2010, Wellington, New Zealand, Mindfulness, Buddhism, Meditation,...
Dammachakka Sutta - 2010(1) (Wellington, New Zealand)DESCRIPTIONBack To Nissarana Vanaya Main Page Topics: Dammachakka, Sutta, 2010, Wellington, New Zealand, Mindfulness, Buddhism, Meditation, Vippassana,...
In the first part of a three part series on King David, Rev. Dr. Ken Henry uses the king of entertainment, Michael Jackson, as a comparison to King David. Both are incredibly talented; both have sketchy personal lives. Speaking on 2 Samuel 6, where King David dances with all his might before the ark of the covenant, Rev. Henry encourages us to dance, even in the face of criticism and danger. Liturgist Judy West speaks from Mark 6. Topics: 2 Samuel 6, Ken Henry, Caryl Westerberg, Dancing, King David, pcusa, presbyterian, Stone Church,...
It is said that the realization of karmic cause and effect is the last and the most subtle realization achieved when a bodhisattva steps over the threshold into complete enlightenment. At the same time, a basic understanding of karma, the subtle cause and effect workings of the universe, is an essential aspect of all Buddhist practice â for beginners as much as for advanced practitioners. How can we learn to understand and follow our karma without becoming uptight, fearful or rigid? How can we... Topics: Thubten Norbu Ling, Santa Fe, Buddhism, Mahayana, Karma